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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Three Little Sisters by RyAnn Hall is the adorable story of three little sisters who loved playing together. They dug a hole one day, filled it with water, and played in it the entire day. Their mother had to hose them down before they could step inside the house. They also created their own little library while playing one day. It was fun taking the books off the shelf, cutting paper and making library cards to stick in the books. They played 'school' at home and took turns being the teacher and assigning homework. As much as they liked playing with each other, they loved playing with other children too.
The story is simple and it speaks about the bond between siblings and the comfort they share with each other. The crayon sketches by the author give clarity to her words and make the characters and the scenes tangible to young readers. They will also encourage children to try their hand at drawing and coloring. The love shared between the three sisters is realistic and many children will be able to relate to the scenes and the sisterly love and bonding. It is a good bedtime storybook for parents and grandparents to read out to their kids and grandkids and it will be even more entertaining if they have two or more girls at home.
Tutors can use this book in classrooms to keep children engaged by reading out loud the different ways children can play at home with their siblings and make use of their free time in a constructive manner. What stands out when you read this story is the love, bonding, and friendship that exists between the sisters and how they are happy and comfortable with the company they give each other and how they keep themselves entertained.